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Leveraging Data for “Macro” and “Micro” Patent Prosecution Management


Leveraging Data for “Macro” and “Micro” Patent Prosecution Management

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The need for reliable and independent data is often at the center of any new invention. It turns out that data is a crucial asset to have on your side when trying to protect and defend the intellectual property rights related to that invention as well. “We might use the term ‘micro’ patent management to […]

3 Enemies of Patent Prosecution

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The journey of an innovative idea from prototype to patented invention faces three primary adversaries. Each of them can be mitigated by the use of today’s advanced patent analytics tools.

5 Ways to Use Patent Data Analytics to Boost Business Development

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In today’s increasingly competitive legal industry, intellectual property attorneys face challenges from all sides. Small and medium-sized boutique IP firms may battle for market share against the IP giants, while big law firms may struggle to contain costs and operate efficiently. Regardless of size, IP law firms are increasingly focusing on business development efforts to […]

IP Budgeting With Predictive Analytics

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What if you could predict how long your latest patent application will take to reach allowance? Forecasting that timeline would allow you to make better decisions about where your IP department spends its time.

Five Key Aspects of a Patent Landscape

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For especially competitive technology fields, patent research can be used to shape the earliest stages of research and development. In pharmaceuticals, electronics and many other high-tech industries, a thorough understanding of the patented technologies that already are in play—or soon will be—is vital to a company’s business strategy and market position.